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do you need to see that equality and civil rights have marched to washington and america? >> it was a great day, this is no doubt about it. one couldn't be there or watch it on television, certainly as an african american and not be proud and inhale this historic moment. >> where is the butt, tavis? >> butt, butt, dr. king in his life talked about the triple threat, the three evils of racism, poverty and military ice m. i said the other day if you're not going to talk about racism, poverty and mithen why stand whe he stood to do justice to his legacy. today we had references, subtle references to racism and acknowledgement, finally, of poverty but daeafening silence. i didn't expect this president or any president, anybody whose the head of the american empire to talk about mill terrorism. if you dance around racism, poverty and milliterism. >> why do you think president obama is wary of going there? >> that's a question you would have to ask him. as far as i'm concerned, and said many times to you, racism is the most intractable. this country is 3% richer than 50 years a
anniversary. what more do you need to see that equality and civil rights have marched to washington and america? >> it was a great day. no doubt about it. one couldn't be there watch it on television, certainly as an african-american, i would be proud and not inhale this historic moment. it was a great day. >> where's the but. >> but dr. king and his wife talked about the triple threat. the three evils of racism, poverty and militaryism. i said the other day if you are not going to talk about racism, poverty an militaryism why stand where martin stood if you are trying to do justice to his legacy. today, we had references, subtle references to racism and acknowledgment, finally, of poverty. but daefenning silence on militarism. with syria looming as the backdrop, i didn't expect this president or any president who was the head of the american empire to talk about militarism but you are not doing justice to the life and slig of dr. king if you dance around racism, poverty and militarism. >> why do you think that president obama is ware of going there? >> that's a question you would h
the words [ bleep ] printed. it's a family newspaper. >> a classic scene, jason from "the washington post" ben bradley, robert red ford and dust dustin hoffman. sold it for $250 million. what does carl bernstein think about this brought down nixon and he's speaking out on the sale tonight for the first time. carl, welcome to you. >> good to be here. >> you may not want to hear this but you're one of the reasons i went into journalism. >> it seems to have paid off for you. you're doing all right. >> what is your personal reaction to the fact that the family that you served under for so long sold out now to a dot com billionaire? >> a great sadness given the contribution of the gram family to journalism, to the national good health in terms of promoting a kind of reporting that serves everybody in this country, and a kind of honesty and a kind of principle management. that said, the paper is not economically healthy and like most newspapers and like most news organizations, and i think this could be a great thing for a great institution. >> by the way, jeff is a genius, and a multi-billiona
accused of abducting hanna anderson. the amber alerts includes california, washington, oregon and nevada and police fear dimaggio may have explosives and rigged his car with bombs. joining me now is a friend of dimaggio, they knew each other for years. thank you for joining me. what is your reaction to what happened here with your long-time friend james dimaggio? >> obviously, it's been a tragedy from the beginning for me. you know, i heard about it while i was up in washington state, and i heard that he had actually burned in his house, that's what berry called me, my good friend and berry, jim and i have known each other for at least seven years and regularly go camping and it was just truly a shock. >> now berry, you mentioned there is in fact berry robinson, we understand, who is the season of the motown super star -- i'm getting more information -- >> that's correct. berry robinson works for me at clean treatment center. >> just to clarify, he's the son of smoky robinson who obviously is the super star singer. you, berry and james dimaggio have gone on regular camping trips together
and what about the aid from washington to cairo? newt gingrich on the grill tonight and it should be lively. and i will ask him about this tough moment, chris christie. >> i know you think it is simple, simple for you, it is not simple for me. >> don't let my daughter died. >> the issue of medical marijuana. michael jackson's ex-wife breaks down over her daughter, paris. i will talk to a jackson family members speaking out for the first time and my exclusive with the great-grandmother who said she was sexually harassed. she is number 16 of the alleged victim here with her attorney, gloria allred. >> if you hours before dawn friday and a day of prayer in the muslim world and a day of protests. today in muslim brotherhood spokesman tweeted out a call for marches to converge in the center of cairo. what will happen when the sun comes out? an ominous threat, this friday of anger coming from the muslim brotherhood. how well coordinated this is and how dangerous could be, the thing? >> they are known for its solid coordination. it is probably the best organized political party that is here. and e
surveillance without limits it will be wildly abused and i think that's why even in washington these stories are making such an impact. >> i want to bring in james risen, a journalist with the new york times and knows all about questions of the nsa and freedom of the press. you can't discuss specifics of the ongoing case and senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin. james risen, what do you make of his latest exposure by edward snowden in terms of the kind of program we are talking about. >> it is an interesting story and adds to a mosaic that has developed that shows the extent of the nsa's growth as kind of the infrastructure of the surveillance state that's grown really since 9/11. i think this is an extension of what began under the bush administration and codeified. and you are seeing growth in all directions of the exploitation of what they call in silicon valley big data. >> jeffrey toobin, how shocked should people be? on the one hand, the public will go this is outrageous. at the same time anyone's wallet they bring up their credit cards, shopping details, anything on-line. if you think
but shouldn't this country stay on the sideline and what about the $1.6 billion in aid from washington to cairo. i'll ask newt gingrich. he's on the grill with me tonight. should be lively. i'll ask him about this tough moment for chris christie. >> i know you think it's simple and it's not. it's simple for you. it's not simple for me. >> please don't let my daughter die. >> the whole issue of medical marijuana rearing it's head again and michael jackson's ex-wife breaks down in court over her daughter paris. i'll talk exclusively to a jackson family member speaking out for the first time. >>> my exclusive with the great grandmother who says she was sexually harassed by san diego's mayor bob filner. she's here with her attorney, gloria allred. >>> equipment in uproar, a day or prayer in the muslim world and increasingly a day of protest and today a muslim brotherhood spokesman tweeted out a call for friday anger marches to converge in the center of cairo. what will happen when the sun comes up? joining me is arwa damon live in cairo. arwa, ominous threat this friday of anger coming fro
there will be a huge debate in washington very soon over the future of u.s. aid and whether the $1.5 billion that is provided, most of it to the military should be suspended, should be deferred, that that will be the next step we see in -- from washington 's side. washington will watch closely whether the new constitution is announced next week, next wednesday, there there are elections held free and fair elections that are held for both the parliament and president over the next six months. those are the big steps that should play out next. >> well, tomorrow obviously to be a fascinating day. a friday of anger being promised by the muslim brotherhood. we'll see what that takes and the reaction from the military. thank you to you-all. newt gingrich, i'm putting you back on the grill after the break, which is where my viewers want to see you. i like a clean kitchen. i don't do any cleaning. i make dirt. ♪ i'm not big enough or strong enough for this. there should be some way to make it easier. [ doorbell rings ] [ morty ] here's a box, babe. open it up. oh my goodness! what is a wetjet? som
that's why even in washington these stories are making such an impact. >> glen, stay with me. i want to bring in james risen, a prize winning journalist for "the new york times" a federal appeals court ruled he must testify in the case against jeffrey sterling, charged of leaking secrets to disrupt iran's nuclear weapons program. he can't discuss specifics of that case and jeffrey toobin. james risen, what do you make of his latest exposure by edward snowden in terms of the kind of documents we're talking about? >> it's really an interesting story and adds to what is developed that shows the extent of the nsa's growth as a, you know, kind of the infrastructure of the state that's grown really since 9/11. i think this is all an extension of what began under the bush add menstruation and then was kind of coded in the amendments act in 2008 and the patriot act and you're seeing kind of growth from there, you know, all directions of the exploitation of what they call in silicon valley, big data. >> jeffrey toobin, how shocked should people be because on the one hand, the public will go o
of the suz canal for trade and military issues. there are a huge number of issues that washington has to face. it's not just the obama administration. it's also congress, which may well pressure the white house to take tougher action. because of that issue of the coup. senators graham and mccain were in egypt recently and used the word coup, alienating many in egypt but that's exactly what it was. they warned about the dangers of dissb disintegration in to bloodshed and the role the united states tried to play as mediator between the military and the muslim brotherhood to try to find a compromise is now moot. there's not much the united states can do. >> thank you very much both indeed. obviously update you with any developments in egypt. >>> the breaking news about the kidnapping of hannah anderson. search warrants with shocking details including dimaggio may have tortured hannah's mother and brother. autopsy shows he was shot five times the cause of death will not be formally determined until toxicology tests have been performed. hannah is speaking out about what happened to her. she answer
. there are a huge number of issues that washington has to face. and it's not just the obama administration but congress which may well pressure the white house to take tougher action because of that issue of the coup. senators gram and mccain were in egypt recently, and used the word coup alienating many in egypt but that's what it was. they warned about the dangers of dissen grags into bloodshed and the danger is now the role the united states tried to play as mediators between the military and the muslim brotherhood to try to find some kind of compromise is now moot. there is not much the united states can do. >> robin wright, ivan watson, thank you very much indeed. update you with any developments in egypt. >>> breaking news about the kidnapping of hanna anderson. search warrants just released include shocking details including dimaggio may have tortured hanna's mother and brother and authorities believe strangers on the social networking site ask dot fm. it was days after her rescue. joining me to answer questions a psychologist and medical director of children and family services. we
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in the wet bed and smack us and call us disgusting and if you -- and there was a "washington post" article ten years ago and my sister corroborates she went through the same thing and we talked about it the day after, and this happened often. and we were terrified of our mother. we were terrified of her. with my mother, there was a lot of abuse with my adoptive mother. >> on the day you decided you were going to kill them, you were playing various musical records. the one that was key to this was a song called let the bodies hit the floor, a song called bodies. what was going through your head as you heard that music? ♪ let the bodies hit the floor, let the bodies hit the floor ♪ >> i had been listening to the song for a year non-stop and i had so much hate and rage inside of me, i knew it was leading to murder. so the song "bodies" from "drowning pool" was similar to the video games, made me feel better when i listened to it, and i would have these constant evil hateful thoughts running through my mind. >> there is some evidence jared loughner who shot gabby giffords and others listen
a friend in washington, he watched it again. and they romanticized the entire idea. not realizing the movie had a bad end. people think it's romantic to go out and do that for fun. they don't realize that guy didn't make it, that's been my concern the whole time about this if that's what he's reenacting. in the movie, nobody got involved and looked for him, that's why we're looking for jonathan, ween watt to change his story and have a happy ending. >> jonathan is 18 years old, he left seattle alone on august 16 th and was due back in arizona the weekend of august 17 th so he could begin classes on monday at mesa community college. his suv was discovered wednesday august 21st. the suv didn't break down, wasn't out of gas, it was unlocked with money inside. the vehicle had not been broken into. jonathan's 6'1", weighs 140 pounds. and may be carrying a multicolored backpack. when you saw the car, what did it tell you about what may have happened here? >> it told me something was really wrong. his brother said, you mean he left his car behind? he loves that car. so i knew something was really
washington. that does it for this edition of 360. we'll see you at 10:00. we'll see you at 10:00. "piers morgan live" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> this is "piers morgan live." welcome to the viewers in the united states and around the world. this is what president obama said a year ago. >> a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized. that would change my equation. >> administration says there is no doubt the assad government used chemical weapons on it's people. that's the red line crossed. what will president obama do and will the rest of the world support him? >>> unanswered questions about the kidnapping of hanna anderson and the murder of her brother and mother. laura dimaggio is speaking out for the first time. >>> plus yosemite in flames, the raging fire threatening san francisco's water supply. >>> you loved him and now cnn's inside man morgan spur lack is back going with the biggest band since the beetles, and i'll ask him about miley cyrus and her twerking. >>> cnn's fled is the only w
a statement reacting to secretary of state kerry and other things, the russians saying washington statements threatening to apply force to syria are unacceptable, even u.s. allies have called for taking a break to wait for the u.n. expects to complete the work in order to get an obje objective picture what happened there. what's the latest you're hearing about a u.s. military strike? >> well, look, wolf from the u.s. point of view, their contention at the white house is they have the information in hand that could lead the president to make that decision. what we are waiting for at the pentagon is ed essentially an execute order from the president. in other words, he signs the papers and says go ahead and do it. that would then come here to the pentagon, be sent out to the fleet and the next steps that you would then most likely see would be tomahawk missiles being launched from five navy warships in the eastern mediterranean. this awaits the president's decision, of course. but they are making the case that they feel at least that they have the intelligence already in hand to back this up.
and policymakers back in washington totally disconnected from it. >> had you look at all the current stories and stuff, where do you think michael would have drawn the line between what should be in the public domain and what shouldn't be? in terms of where you decide what's in the national interests to keep quiet and what to publish? >> michael was a pretty big believer in radical transparency overall but in his previous commentary on wikileaks, for example, he is, was a supporter of julien assange but felt the redaction should have been taken more seriously and mistakes were made and had they have been more careful in just secure -- that's the heavy burden of these whistle-blowers, if they're going to do it and they're going to make a big statement, if they are going to release highly classified documents it has to be absolutely perfect. >> you a yankees' fan? >> not really. >> because you're a new yorker. right? >> now i live in new york, but i'm a mississippi girl. i like the braves. >> a view on a-rod, playing tonight. not playing well. but he has $175,000 after being exposed as a cheat
americans using it. washington d.c. opened up the first medical marijuana dispen scary and dr. sanjay gupta joins me. welcome to you. >> thanks for having me. >> you've been looking at this for a year and in 2009 you wrote a "time magazine" article why i vote no on pot. you changed your mind? >> i have. as part of, you know, my thinking, i have apologized for some of the earlier reporting because i think, you know, we've been terribly amiss led for par of the time and i did part of the misleading. if you look at the pipes in the united states about marijuana, the vast majority are harm. we fund studies on harm and not benefit as much so it gives a distorted picture. i didn't look far enough and deep enough and labs in other countries doing research and listen to patients that said not only does marijuana work for me, it's the only thing that works for me. i took the dea at their word when they said it's schedule one substance and has no medical applications. there was no scientific basis for them to say that. >> so when new york mayor bloomberg said marijuana is the greatest hoex of all ti
it and washington, d.c. opened the first medical marijuana dispensary. dr. sanjay gupta is joining me. welcome to you. >> thank you. >> you have been looking at this for a year. i want to remind you in 2009 you wrote a "time" article entitled why i would vote no on pot. you changed your mind? >> i have. as part of my thinking, i have apologized for some of the earlier reporting because i think we have been terribly and systemically misled in this country for some time. i did part of that misleading. if you are looking at the papers written in the united states about marijuana, the vast majority of them are about the harm. we fund studies on harm. we don't fund studies on benefit nearly as much. so it gives a distorted picture. i didn't look far enough and deep enough and labs in other countries doing incredible research and patients who said that not only does it work it is the only thing that works. i took the dea at their word when they said there was no applications and there was no scientific research the them to say that. i follow a lot of the mayor's comments closely and listen to those
. the fight over pot grows, so does the use. recently washington d.c. opened the first medical marijuana dispensary, with other states that legalized it more medical uses. should it be a crime? we'll take a closer look tonight. >>> also, dr. sanjay gupta's startling one-year investigation on pot. what he found will astound you. it's part of the his special airing tonight after our show. we'll hear from sanjay in a moment. we'll begin in california with the most intriguing group of well-healed moms that use pot and they are proud of it swearing it's perfect for raising kids. yes, you heard me. they are the pot moms of beverly hills. joining me now is cheryl shoe man who runs a beverly hills cannabis club. welcome, ladies. >> thank you. >> you are the pot moms of beverly hills. cheryl, you seem to be the ringleader of this intriguing group. in a nutshell, what is this all about? >> well, i was diagnosed with cancer in 2006, and i used cannabis as a last-resort to heal myself and able to stabilize myself and when i did that, i thought it was important to come out of the closet as a corporat
. tonight with washington talking war, we'll talk about what military action against syria would actually mean to american interests, american lives and millions of syrians living and dying under a dictator. >> and part two of america's worst charity when it comes to how much money they raise for dying children, and how little they actually spend on them. we're keeping them honest. the people that say not vaccinating their children is a matter of faith, putting everyone at risk of childhood diseases that we sometimes forget can kill. dr. sanjay gupta weighs in. >>> we begin with syria. the drums of war growing louder but tough questions what kind of military action it might be. defense secretary hagel says american forces are in his wor
goes to washington moment. >> i'm with you on that. who else? >> that's astonishing, isn't it? somebody mixes together the heaviest breakfast food with the world's other heaviest breakfast food. how does it take so long to figure it out? >> what about the royal baby, are you a big fan? was the royal baby a winer? >> the royal baby is a winner in the sense the royal baby got more focus from the american people than anything else in the last year. they were more focused on this baby, for reasons that escape me. i think the baby in tend is the loser, because i really wouldn't want to be part of the royal family. that's got to be an exhausting thing. you have to stand up straight all the time. it's ridiculous. >> let's go quick think through your three losers of the summer. >> weiner, filner and the american people. weiner obviously because he's -- what kind of -- first off, you go away for a while. who told him outside of his wife and himself to run again? you go away. you go away, you go away, and when he comes back oh, yeah, that weiner guy. but he didn't go away. >> i think the answer,
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